Native Ripp

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Sporting a clean profile and 20% more lens coverage than the Ripp, the Ripp XP offers increased protection from bright sunlight for better visibility and comfort on the mountain, golf course or waves.

- REI

Whenever you're out on a bright day, your vision is compromised by the glare off of any reflective surfaces. Water, snow, sand, and even the back window of the car in front of you on the freeway can make it impossible to see you destination clearly. Change your perspective at the lake or on the trail with Native Eyewear Ripp Polarized Sunglasses. These close-fitting polarized shades cut through the glare, allowing you to clearly see far ahead. When you're blasting down the trail or bombing along in your ski boat, you'll be thankful that you have your Ripp Sunglasses on.

- Backcountry Outlet

The Ripp XP sunglasses from Native Eyewear incorporates sporty features like a non-slip grip on the nose and spring loaded hinges that keep them securely on your head while still being ever so stylish.

- Mountain Gear

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATIONThe Native Ripp is a great fit for medium sized faces. Its smooth styling and excellent construction make it equally at home on the street or while playing sports. The polarized lenses are a joy to look through and virtually eliminate glare.Venting above lensesCushinol nose-padsCam-Action HingesMastoid Temple GripLenses block 100%UV (ABC) and meet ANSI Z80.3 standards.

- Campmor

Slide on the close-fitting Native Eyewear Ripp Sunglasses and let these polarized lenses shield your eyes from the brutal attack of the summer sun. Crystal Carbonate lenses resist scratching, shattering upon impact and maintain the highest level of optical clarity so you can see clearly. With self-adjusting nose pads, venting system incorporated into the frames and a smooth, comfortable fit, you'll wonder how you made it through previous summers rocking those dime-store flat-frames.

- Backcountry.com